Tomato Peach Burrata Salad- you only need a few ingredients to make this gorgeous summer salad. Serve with grilled bread as an appetizer or side dish to any meal. It is a summer favorite!
Are your garden tomatoes ripe yet? If so, we’ve got the perfect way for you to use them up! You have to make this Tomato Peach Burrata Salad. It is one of my favorite ways to enjoy fresh tomatoes and juicy ripe peaches! This salad screams summer!
Arrange the beautiful tomatoes and peaches on a platter. Top with creamy burrata, fresh basil, and a drizzle of balsamic glaze and you have a showstopper!
You can serve this salad as an appetizer or side dish to any meal. Sometimes, I make it for a light lunch, just for myself. You can make a small version or large version for sharing with a crowd.
Take advantage of summer’s fine produce and make this salad ASAP. It is almost too pretty to eat, but I think you will manage just fine:)
Table of Contents
I love that you only need five ingredients to make this salad. It is so simple, but sometimes simple is best, especially when summer produce is at it’s peak. The fresh ingredients do all of the work!
For the salad, you will need:
- Tomatoes– use the prettiest tomatoes you can find. I love heirloom tomatoes for this salad. I use large, slicing tomatoes and cherry or grape tomatoes.
- Peaches– make sure they are ripe and juicy. Nectarines will also work.
- Burrata cheese– Burrata is a fresh Italian cheese that comes in a soft ball. When you cut into it, cream oozes out! It is rich, creamy, and so divine! Burrata means “buttered” in Italian, so you know it’s good. Look for burrata with the specialty cheeses at the grocery store. It is usually by the fresh mozzarella. If you can’t find burrata, you can use fresh mozzarella.
- Olive oil– for drizzling
- Balsamic glaze– I like to drizzle a little balsamic glaze over the top of the salad. You can buy balsamic glaze in a bottle at most grocery stores. Balsamic vinaigrette or basil vinaigrette would also be good with this salad.
- Basil– for garnish!
- Bread– grilled bread or crusty bread for serving on the side. Optional, but SO good!
How to Make Burrata Salad
- Arrange the sliced tomatoes, peaches, and grape tomatoes on a large platter.
- Break apart the ball of burrata cheese and arrange it on top of the salad. Season with salt and pepper.
- Drizzle with a little olive and balsamic glaze.
- Garnish with fresh basil. Serve with grilled bread or crusty bread, if desired.
What to Serve with Burrata Salad
We love serving this salad during the summer months when produce is at it’s peak. Here are a few dishes that pair well with this gorgeous salad.
- Steak Kabobs
- Baked Ziti
- Honey Mustard Chicken
- Lemon Spaghetti
- One Pot Sausage Pasta
- Polenta Lasagna
How to Store
This salad is best the day it is made. I don’t recommend storing leftovers in the fridge. But we never have leftovers because it is so delicious. It always gets polished off!
More Summer Salad Recipes
- Tomato Salad
- Summer Caprese Salad
- Panzanella Salad
- Tomato, Cucumber, and Avocado Salad
- Fresh Corn Salad
- Caprese Pasta Salad
Find all of our salad recipes HERE!
Tomato Peach Burrata Salad
- 2 large heirloom tomatoes, sliced
- 2 to 3 ripe peaches, sliced
- 1 1/2 cups grape or cherry tomatoes, halved
- 8 ounces burrata cheese, drained and patted dry
- Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
- Olive oil, for drizzling
- Balsamic glaze, for drizzling
- Chopped fresh basil, for garnish
- Grilled bread, for serving, optional
- Arrange the sliced tomatoes, peaches, and grape tomatoes on a large platter. Break apart the ball of burrata cheese and arrange it on top of the salad. Season with salt and pepper.
- Drizzle with a little olive and balsamic glaze. Garnish with fresh basil. Serve with grilled bread, if desired.
Have you tried this recipe?
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I saw something similar in a magazine and I have been dreaming of it since. This looks incredible
WOW! Amazing dish! I never post comments, ever, but had to for this one. Best salad I have had in years! Healthy too which is a serious bonus. I couldn’t find the burrata cheese so I subbed goat cheese and added thinly sliced red onions. Served with French bread which was nice to soak up the balsamic reduction. Heavenly. Thank you!
Glad you liked the salad!
beautiful salad! Just lovely
This is looks so lovely. I have never thought of peach and tomatoes together. This is a must when next I have friends over. This kind is not to be enjoyed alone 🙂
The amazing photography is what drew me in. Based upon that alone, I will be giving this a go soon.
This is crazy good!!!
Hi ~ Just to let you know, your salad is featured in a collection of recipes I call “Pretty Ways to Serve Summer’s Best Tomatoes”. It’s here — http://kitchen-parade-veggieventure.blogspot.com/2015/07/pretty-ways-to-serve-tomatoes.html. Lots of ideas, all beautiful!
I came across this recipe back in Aug and had to try this. I did over Labor day weekend and my girlfriend and I loved this. This is so delicious that this will certainly be a part of my summer dishes for sure to share with everyone!
Thanks for posting this!
I have made this countless times since you posted it and LOVE it! I admit I cheat by using a bottled balsamic reduction and while I love it best with burrata-it also works really well with fresh mozzarella. I don’t hesitate to sub it if I have that on hand. Thanks for this and all your great recipes! My favorite and most used food blog!
Oh so amazing!!!
Have you ever made this to take somewhere? Wondering how well the opened burrata will travel.
It should be fine for awhile. If you are traveling far, you could wait and add the burrata.
I kind of have a burrata obsession. Had a last minute lunch for my super picky family and it was gone in 30 seconds everybody was obsessed!!! Didn’t even have time for a pic!
Could this be made the night before if it was kept chilled?
I don’t like to chill tomatoes because they loose flavor, but you can.
This recipe is fantastic. Its extremely quick and simple to put together, and so delicious with fresh, local tomatoes, peaches and basil in Ontario. Everyone should have this in their summer repertoire!
I have made it SO many times this summer. Always a crowd pleaser.
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